Many objects support multiple connection types. For example, you might connect to a Windows server over RDP, HTTP, Powershell, and VMWare console. A Linux server might support SSH, HTTPS, and VNC; and a VMWare host server could support SSH, VMWare, HTTPS, and an external application such as the HP iLO remote console.
Right now, a user must create a different object for each connection type and then keep them organized, perhaps within folders for each server. With many servers, this is very difficult to maintain.
Allow the creation of a generic object with a default connection method but multiple alternatives. It should behave similarly to a folder, with the ability for the alternative connection types to inherit settings such as hostname from the default or to override them with unique settings. A double click would connect to a device using the default method, but a right click menu would allow the user to choose one of the alternate connection methods.
Perhaps also create templates for common connection type groupings
This idea could be even enhanced with doing a kind of port scan for one of these generic (server) objects to automatically create different connection possibilities.
we have two features which may come in handy:
1. Templates: https://www.royalapplications.com/go/blog-ts-templates
2. Dynamic folders: write a script which populates a folder with connections, credentials, etc. dynamically based on your script output.
We already have a lot of sample scripts in our Github repository for various systems and we already have a growing community contributing to this repo. One of our users even posted a nice YouTube tutorial on how to make use of dynamic folders.
Here's a tutorial video: